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History educator

Dorothy Williams Doudna, American History educator. Member American Association of University Women (state board 1988-1990, president Hilo branch since 1994), Association for Asian Studies, League of Women Voters (state board treasurer 1989-1991, co-president local league 1991-1993).

Background

Doudna, Dorothy Williams was born on November 16, 1930 in New Britain, Connecticut, United States. Daughter of Harold North and Evelyn R. (Brooks) Williams.

Education

Bachelor, Oberlin College, 1952. Master of Education, Cornell University, 1954. Master of Arts in East Asian Studies, University Hawaii, 1980.

Career

English teacher Pierce College, Athens, Greece, 1954-1956. English and history teacher Windsor (Connecticut) High and Junior High School, 1956-1957, Darien (Connecticut) High School, 1957-1960. History teacher Concord (Massachusetts)-Carlisle High School, 1960—1962.

History instructor Hawaii Community College, Hilo, 1975—1998, University Hawaii, Hilo, 1975—1998.

Membership

Member American Association of University Women (state board 1988-1990, president Hilo branch since 1994), Association for Asian Studies, League of Women Voters (state board treasurer 1989-1991, co-president local league 1991-1993).

Connections

Married Martin Kirk Doudna, September 15, 1962. Children: Jennifer Anne, Ellen Ruth, Sarah Corinne.

father:
Harold North Williams

mother:
Evelyn R. (Brooks) Williams

spouse:
Martin Kirk Doudna

children:
Jennifer Anne Doudna

Ellen Ruth Doudna

Sarah Corinne Doudna